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Are you looking for a good time to make some big money? If so, keep reading as I'm going to give you a valuable tip for later this month.
I'm Madeline Gerwick and I'm the author of The Good Timing Guide. Astrology is a wonderful tool for personal and business development. And it's also an incredibly useful tool for knowing when to take important actions. Your projects embody the energies of the cycles that are in play when you start them or release them to the world.
That pesky Mercury retrograde isn't all bad! It's actually the Universe's way of getting us to do some worthwhile things that may not otherwise get done.
Here are my Top 10 things to focus on during the next Mercury retrograde. Try them out and let us know the results - we ❤ feedback!
4 Astrology Concepts That Can Make or Break a Business or Your Career
We all seem to appreciate that babies are born when they're ready to arrive. As inconvenient as it might be, we cannot control the timing for this.
Yet when it comes to our other babies, our projects at work, and other creative efforts, we seem to think they should be born according to our schedule. Seldom do we consider that the creative process is organic in nature, a process that requires us to be open, instead of tied to an arbitrary schedule.
Year after year we run frantically through our work lives, often wondering if there isn't a better way to approach business or our work. Indeed there is! And it involves our attitudes, expectations and use of time.
Time is one of those things we tend to "swim in" so we often forget to consider its impact.